Scotland has won two new stars in the latest Michelin guide to the top restaurants in Britain and Ireland.

Condita in Edinburgh and Isle of Eriska, which is set within an impressive baronial mansion on the island of the same name, were awarded their first stars in the prestigious guide’s list for 2020.

Glasgow, however, remains without a Michelin-starred eatery, although Monadh Kitchen in Bearsden and Sugar Boat in Helensburgh retain their Bib Gourmand designation, along with Ox and Finch in the West End.

Restaurant Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles keeps its two-star rating but Edinburgh’s 21212 was deleted from the list.

In total, 187 stars were awarded, including 11 in Scotland.

Michelin bosses said this year’s highlight was the promotion of Sketch (The Lecture Room & Library) in Mayfair (chef Johannes Nuding) from two to three stars.

Congratulating the winners, Gwendal Poullennec, international director of the Michelin guides, said: “Despite the obvious challenges being faced by the industry here in the UK, we are thrilled that this has been such a stellar year, and we have seen many first ventures opening and rapidly rising to success.

“With three Michelin Stars, Sketch joins four other restaurants at this prestigious level.

“This Pierre Gagnaire restaurant won its first star in 2005 and its second in 2013.

“Our inspectors judge the cooking here to be wonderfully complex and highly original, with each element of the meal excelling in terms of structure, composition and, above all, flavour.”

Three restaurants have been promoted from one to two Stars: La Dame de Pic in the City of London (Anne-Sophie Pic); The Dining Room at Whatley Manor in Malmesbury (Niall Keating); and The Greenhouse in Dublin (Mikael Viljanen). Meanwhile, Aimsir in Celbridge – where Jordan Bailey focuses on foraged and preserved produce – enters the guide for the first time with two Michelin stars.

The Lake District is a big winner, with three restaurants gaining one star in the 2020 list.

Rebecca Burr, director of the Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland, said: “Running a successful restaurant is tough, and we know that. “It takes long hours, dedication, teamwork and the support of those people closest to you. “I congratulate all the teams and chefs who have won and retained Michelin stars in the 2020 guide.”